This weekend he shows his versatility switching to blindside wing forward for the Magners League game against Leinster
Favourite Food: Mashed potatoes, steak and spinach.
Book you are currently reading or have just finished: Heroin Diaries and John Dalys Book.
Favourite TV programme: Top Gear.
Favourite Film: Snatch.
Favourite Actor/Actress: Russell Crowe/ Halle Berry.
Most enjoyable holiday location: America.
Marooned on a desert island what could you not be without: A bucket and spade.
Favourite sport other than rugby: Hurling.
The sport you least like: Cricket.
Person you would most like to meet: David Grohl.
Sportsperson you admire most: Team Hoyt.
Hobbies: Reading, golf, music, learning the guitar anything other than rugby.
Where and when did you first play rugby: Age 17. In Nenagh Co. Tipperary.
Biggest influence on career: Pat Whelan from Nenagh and my parents.
Best career advice you were given: "Don't worry about not been selected for them! Playing for the senior team is what matters".
What you like most/least about being a rugby player: Most, the mates you make. Least,Injury.
Other sports that you played: Hurling, football, soccer, golf, basketball, athletics and swimming.
Best rugby memory: Getting picked for the Munster youths.
Rugby Player you admire most: Colin Murphy, who survived from a heart condition playing rugby.
Rugby team you admire most: Shannon.
Sporting event you would most like to attend: 2008 Heineken Cup Final.
If you werenâ00t a pro rugby player what would you be: A lot thinner.
Plans for life after rugby and what provision have you made: I've a degree in Commerce and Irish. Maybe teach or work on the stock market.
Advice you would give to aspiring pro rugby player: Get an education. Rugby doesn't last forever.
Three people you would invite to dinner and why: Jesus, he'd cover the food and drink for the night. Nostradamus, he might give us a few racing tips. Michelle Rodriguez, she looks like she could do with some food.